Should You Buy Insulin Without A Prescription? December 14, 2015 Versions sold that way are based on older formulas, and make tight control of blood sugar harder. But they are cheaper and might save the life of a diabetic patient whose alternative is to go without.
Uninsured Face Average $969 Penalty In 2016 December 9, 2015 Average penalties are set to rise 47 percent next year for Americans who can afford insurance but choose to remain uncovered, according to a Kaiser Family Foundation analysis.
2016 PPO Plans Remove Out-Of-Network Cost Limits December 3, 2015 A trend among this year’s marketplace plans leaves some consumers responsible for potentially unlimited out-of-network health care bills, even though they chose plans in which they thought they had some financial protections.
Cancer Meds Often Mean Big Out-Of-Pocket Costs November 19, 2015 The advocacy arm of the American Cancer Society said Wednesday that federal and state governments should move to restrict insurers from charging patients a percentage of the cost of their prescription drugs.